We all know that Canada’s population is becoming more diverse — and a large number of institutions and firms are leading the way in promoting cultural awareness and accommodation. Beyond the legal requirements under the Ontario Human Rights Code, it’s also good business sense. Organizations that accommodate all cultures and faiths in their workplace have realized benefits such as improved productivity and reduced turnover, while enhancing their ability to attract the best talent possible—some forward-leaning not-for-profit organizations have also embraced this approach.